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Job Summary Report (Web) - Data Views

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All Jobs by Job Status

The All Jobs chart displays the number of jobs in each status type, such as Completed or Killed, that ran during the specified time period.

By clicking on a Job Status section in this chart, you can view the Completed Jobs by Agents chart, which includes more details about all jobs in that status.

The following tables are associated with this chart.

Summary by Job Status

This table includes information for jobs in each status type.

Column Description
Job Status The status of backup jobs. For a complete description, see Job Status Types.
Total Jobs The total number of backup jobs in each status.
Size of Application Total amount of data in each job status.
Media Size Total amount of media in each job status.
Protected Objects Total number of protected objects in each job status.

For Windows and UNIX File System agents, only files are counted as objects. Folders and directories are not counted as objects.

Failed Objects The number of objects that failed to back up.

Files backed up with the Exchange Database agent are not included in this count.

For Windows and UNIX File System agents, only files are counted as objects. Folders and directories are not counted as objects.

Failed Folders The number of folders that failed to back up.

Backup Jobs

This table lists each backup job that ran on the CommCell during the specified period of time.

Column Description
Job ID The ID that was assigned to the backup job.
CommCell The name of the CommServe computer
Client The name of the client where the backup job ran.
Virtual Machine The name of the virtual machine. Appears only when Virtual Server is the only agent type selected from the Agents tab. If the Virtual Server option is selected, then the Client, Agent, and Subclient columns do not appear in the table.
Agent The type of agent on which the backup job ran.
Instance The name of the instance where the backup job ran.
Backupset The name of the backup set where the backup job ran
Subclient The name of the subclient where the backup job ran.
Backup Type The type of backup job, such as Full or Incremental.
VM Status The status of the backup job on the virtual machine. Appears only when Virtual Server is the only agent type selected from the Agents tab. Virtual machines can share job IDs if they are part of the same subclient.
Start Time Date and time when the backup job initiated.
End Time Date and time when the backup job stopped.
Job Status The status of the backup job on the subclient, such as Completed, Killed, or Failed.
Size of Application The amount of data that was included in the backup job.
Media Size The amount of media that was consumed by the backup job.
Network Size The amount of network space used by the backup job.
Dedup Savings (%) The percentage of data that was saved through deduplication.
Protected Objects The number of protected objects in the backup job.

For Windows and UNIX File System agents, only files are counted as objects. Folders and directories are not counted as objects.

Failed Objects The number of objects that failed to back up during the job.

For Windows and UNIX File System agents, only files are counted as objects. Folders and directories are not counted as objects.

Failed Folders The number of folders that failed to back up during the job.
Client Group The name of the client group where the backup job ran.
Failure Indicates whether the backup job failed.
Throughput (GB/Hour) Indicates the amount of data throughput in gigabytes per hour.

Job Status Types

Job Status Description
Completed Jobs that completed during the specified time.
Completed with Errors Jobs that completed with errors.
Completed with Warnings Jobs that completed with warnings.
Killed Jobs that were killed.
Failed Jobs that failed.
Running Jobs that were running at the time of the report.
Delayed Jobs that were in a status such as Waiting, Pending, Queued, or Suspended at the time of the report.
No Run Jobs that are scheduled to run, but did not run. Possible reasons that scheduled jobs do not run include:
  • Activity is disabled on the client
  • Multiple jobs are scheduled to run at the same time

Completed Jobs by Agents

To view this chart, click on a section of pie in the All Jobs chart. You can view a chart for each job status type.

This chart displays the number of jobs in the selected status for each agent in the CommCell. The following example shows Completed Jobs by Agents.

By clicking on an Agent Type section in this chart, you can view the Completed Jobs in Agent by Clients, which includes more details about all of the jobs in the selected status for the selected agent type.

The following tables are associated with this chart.

Summary

This table includes information for jobs that ran on each agent type.

Column Description
Agent The type of agent.
Total Jobs The total number of backup jobs that ran for each agent type.
Size of Application The amount of data that was backed up for the agent type.
Media Size The amount of media that was consumed during the backup jobs for the agent type.
Protected Objects The number of protected objects included in all backup jobs for the agent type.

For Windows and UNIX File System agents, only files are counted as objects. Folders and directories are not counted as objects.

Failed Objects The number of objects that failed to back up in all jobs for the agent type.

For Windows and UNIX File System agents, only files are counted as objects. Folders and directories are not counted as objects.

Failed Folders The number of folders that failed to back up in all jobs for the agent type.

Backup Jobs

This table lists each backup job that ran on the CommCell during the specified period of time.

Column Description
Job ID The ID that was assigned to the backup job.
CommCell The name of the CommServe computer
Client The name of the client where the backup job ran.
Virtual Machine The name of the virtual machine. Appears only when Virtual Server is the only agent type selected from the Agents tab. If the Virtual Server option is selected, then the Client, Agent, and Subclient columns do not appear in the table.
Agent The type of agent on which the backup job ran.
Instance The name of the instance where the backup job ran.
Backupset The name of the backup set where the backup job ran
Subclient The name of the subclient where the backup job ran.
Backup Type The type of backup job, such as Full or Incremental.
VM Status The status of the backup job on the virtual machine. Appears only when Virtual Server is the only agent type selected from the Agents tab. Virtual machines can share job IDs if they are part of the same subclient.
Start Time Date and time when the backup job initiated.
End Time Date and time when the backup job stopped.
Job Status The status of the backup job on the subclient, such as Completed, Killed, or Failed.
Size of Application The amount of data that was included in the backup job.
Media Size The amount of media that was consumed by the backup job.
Network Size The amount of network space used by the backup job.
Dedup Savings (%) The percentage of data that was saved through deduplication.
Protected Objects The number of protected objects in the backup job.

For Windows and UNIX File System agents, only files are counted as objects. Folders and directories are not counted as objects.

Failed Objects The number of objects that failed to back up during the job.

For Windows and UNIX File System agents, only files are counted as objects. Folders and directories are not counted as objects.

Failed Folders The number of folders that failed to back up during the job.
Client Group The name of the client group where the backup job ran.
Failure Indicates whether the backup job failed.
Throughput (GB/Hour) Indicates the amount of data throughput in gigabytes per hour.

Completed Jobs in Agent by Clients

To view this chart, click on a section of pie in the Completed Jobs by Agents chart. you can view a chart for each agent.

This chart displays the number of jobs in the selected status that ran on the selected agent type on each client in the CommCell. The following example shows Completed Jobs in Linux File System by Clients.

The following tables are associated with this chart.

Summary

This table includes information for jobs that ran on client.

Column Description
Client The client name.
Total Jobs The total number of backup jobs that ran on the client.
Size of Application The amount of data that was backed up for the client.
Media Size The amount of media used to store all of the backup jobs for the client.
Protected Objects The number of protected objects included in all backup jobs for the client.

For Windows and UNIX File System agents, only files are counted as objects. Folders and directories are not counted as objects.

Failed Objects The number of objects that failed to back up in all jobs for the client.

For Windows and UNIX File System agents, only files are counted as objects. Folders and directories are not counted as objects.

Failed Folders The number of folders that failed to back up in all jobs for the client.

Backup Jobs

This table lists each backup job that ran on the CommCell during the specified period of time.

Column Description
Job ID The ID that was assigned to the backup job.
CommCell The name of the CommServe computer
Client The name of the client where the backup job ran.
Virtual Machine The name of the virtual machine. Appears only when Virtual Server is the only agent type selected from the Agents tab. If the Virtual Server option is selected, then the Client, Agent, and Subclient columns do not appear in the table.
Agent The type of agent on which the backup job ran.
Instance The name of the instance where the backup job ran.
Backupset The name of the backup set where the backup job ran
Subclient The name of the subclient where the backup job ran.
Backup Type The type of backup job, such as Full or Incremental.
VM Status The status of the backup job on the virtual machine. Appears only when Virtual Server is the only agent type selected from the Agents tab. Virtual machines can share job IDs if they are part of the same subclient.
Start Time Date and time when the backup job initiated.
End Time Date and time when the backup job stopped.
Job Status The status of the backup job on the subclient, such as Completed, Killed, or Failed.
Size of Application The amount of data that was included in the backup job.
Media Size The amount of media that was consumed by the backup job.
Network Size The amount of network space used by the backup job.
Dedup Savings (%) The percentage of data that was saved through deduplication.
Protected Objects The number of protected objects in the backup job.

For Windows and UNIX File System agents, only files are counted as objects. Folders and directories are not counted as objects.

Failed Objects The number of objects that failed to back up during the job.

For Windows and UNIX File System agents, only files are counted as objects. Folders and directories are not counted as objects.

Failed Folders The number of folders that failed to back up during the job.
Client Group The name of the client group where the backup job ran.
Failure Indicates whether the backup job failed.
Throughput (GB/Hour) Indicates the amount of data throughput in gigabytes per hour.

All Jobs by Agent

The All Jobs by Agent chart displays the number of jobs that ran for each agent type, such as Windows File System or Oracle Database, during the specified time period.

By clicking on an Agent section in this chart, you can view the Agent Jobs chart, which includes more details about all jobs for the selected agent.

The following tables are associated with this chart.

Summary by Agents

This table includes information for jobs that ran on each agent type.

Column Description
Agent The type of agent.
Total Jobs The total number of backup jobs that ran for each agent type.
Size of Application The amount of data that was backed up for the agent type.
Media Size The amount of media that was consumed during the backup jobs for the agent type.
Protected Objects The number of protected objects included in all backup jobs for the agent type.

For Windows and UNIX File System agents, only files are counted as objects. Folders and directories are not counted as objects.

Failed Objects The number of objects that failed to back up in all jobs for the agent type.

For Windows and UNIX File System agents, only files are counted as objects. Folders and directories are not counted as objects.

Failed Folders The number of folders that failed to back up in all jobs for the agent type.

Backup Jobs

This table lists each backup job that ran on the CommCell during the specified period of time.

Column Description
Job ID The ID that was assigned to the backup job.
CommCell The name of the CommServe computer
Client The name of the client where the backup job ran.
Virtual Machine The name of the virtual machine. Appears only when Virtual Server is the only agent type selected from the Agents tab. If the Virtual Server option is selected, then the Client, Agent, and Subclient columns do not appear in the table.
Agent The type of agent on which the backup job ran.
Instance The name of the instance where the backup job ran.
Backupset The name of the backup set where the backup job ran
Subclient The name of the subclient where the backup job ran.
Backup Type The type of backup job, such as Full or Incremental.
VM Status The status of the backup job on the virtual machine. Appears only when Virtual Server is the only agent type selected from the Agents tab. Virtual machines can share job IDs if they are part of the same subclient.
Start Time Date and time when the backup job initiated.
End Time Date and time when the backup job stopped.
Job Status The status of the backup job on the subclient, such as Completed, Killed, or Failed.
Size of Application The amount of data that was included in the backup job.
Media Size The amount of media that was consumed by the backup job.
Network Size The amount of network space used by the backup job.
Dedup Savings (%) The percentage of data that was saved through deduplication.
Protected Objects The number of protected objects in the backup job.

For Windows and UNIX File System agents, only files are counted as objects. Folders and directories are not counted as objects.

Failed Objects The number of objects that failed to back up during the job.

For Windows and UNIX File System agents, only files are counted as objects. Folders and directories are not counted as objects.

Failed Folders The number of folders that failed to back up during the job.
Client Group The name of the client group where the backup job ran.
Failure Indicates whether the backup job failed.
Throughput (GB/Hour) Indicates the amount of data throughput in gigabytes per hour.

Agent Jobs

To view this chart, click on a section of pie in the All Jobs by Agent chart.

This chart displays the number of jobs on the selected agent type in each status. The following example shows Windows File System Jobs.

By clicking on a Job Status section in this chart, you can view the Job Status in Agent by Clients chart,  which includes more details about all jobs in the selected status for the agent.

The following tables are associated with this chart.

Summary by Job Status Table

This table includes information for jobs in each status type.

Column Description
Job Status The status of backup jobs. For a complete description, see Job Status Types.
Total Jobs The total number of backup jobs in each status.
Size of Application Total amount of data in each job status.
Media Size Total amount of media in each job status.
Protected Objects Total number of protected objects in each job status.

For Windows and UNIX File System agents, only files are counted as objects. Folders and directories are not counted as objects.

Failed Objects The number of objects that failed to back up.

Files backed up with the Exchange Database agent are not included in this count.

For Windows and UNIX File System agents, only files are counted as objects. Folders and directories are not counted as objects.

Failed Folders The number of folders that failed to back up.

Backup Jobs Table

This table lists each backup job that ran on the CommCell during the specified period of time.

Column Description
Job ID The ID that was assigned to the backup job.
CommCell The name of the CommServe computer
Client The name of the client where the backup job ran.
Virtual Machine The name of the virtual machine. Appears only when Virtual Server is the only agent type selected from the Agents tab. If the Virtual Server option is selected, then the Client, Agent, and Subclient columns do not appear in the table.
Agent The type of agent on which the backup job ran.
Instance The name of the instance where the backup job ran.
Backupset The name of the backup set where the backup job ran
Subclient The name of the subclient where the backup job ran.
Backup Type The type of backup job, such as Full or Incremental.
VM Status The status of the backup job on the virtual machine. Appears only when Virtual Server is the only agent type selected from the Agents tab. Virtual machines can share job IDs if they are part of the same subclient.
Start Time Date and time when the backup job initiated.
End Time Date and time when the backup job stopped.
Job Status The status of the backup job on the subclient, such as Completed, Killed, or Failed.
Size of Application The amount of data that was included in the backup job.
Media Size The amount of media that was consumed by the backup job.
Network Size The amount of network space used by the backup job.
Dedup Savings (%) The percentage of data that was saved through deduplication.
Protected Objects The number of protected objects in the backup job.

For Windows and UNIX File System agents, only files are counted as objects. Folders and directories are not counted as objects.

Failed Objects The number of objects that failed to back up during the job.

For Windows and UNIX File System agents, only files are counted as objects. Folders and directories are not counted as objects.

Failed Folders The number of folders that failed to back up during the job.
Client Group The name of the client group where the backup job ran.
Failure Indicates whether the backup job failed.
Throughput (GB/Hour) Indicates the amount of data throughput in gigabytes per hour.

Job Status in Agent by Clients

To view this chart, click on a section of pie in the Agent Jobs chart.

This chart displays the number of jobs in the selected status type on the selected agent that ran on each client in the CommCell. The following example shows Completed Jobs in Windows File System by Clients.

The following tables are associated with this chart.

Summary by Client Table

This table includes information for jobs that ran on client.

Column Description
Client The client name.
Total Jobs The total number of backup jobs that ran on the client.
Size of Application The amount of data that was backed up for the client.
Media Size The amount of media used to store all of the backup jobs for the client.
Protected Objects The number of protected objects included in all backup jobs for the client.

For Windows and UNIX File System agents, only files are counted as objects. Folders and directories are not counted as objects.

Failed Objects The number of objects that failed to back up in all jobs for the client.

For Windows and UNIX File System agents, only files are counted as objects. Folders and directories are not counted as objects.

Failed Folders The number of folders that failed to back up in all jobs for the client.

Backup Jobs Table

This table lists each backup job that ran on the CommCell during the specified period of time.

Column Description
Job ID The ID that was assigned to the backup job.
CommCell The name of the CommServe computer
Client The name of the client where the backup job ran.
Virtual Machine The name of the virtual machine. Appears only when Virtual Server is the only agent type selected from the Agents tab. If the Virtual Server option is selected, then the Client, Agent, and Subclient columns do not appear in the table.
Agent The type of agent on which the backup job ran.
Instance The name of the instance where the backup job ran.
Backupset The name of the backup set where the backup job ran
Subclient The name of the subclient where the backup job ran.
Backup Type The type of backup job, such as Full or Incremental.
VM Status The status of the backup job on the virtual machine. Appears only when Virtual Server is the only agent type selected from the Agents tab. Virtual machines can share job IDs if they are part of the same subclient.
Start Time Date and time when the backup job initiated.
End Time Date and time when the backup job stopped.
Job Status The status of the backup job on the subclient, such as Completed, Killed, or Failed.
Size of Application The amount of data that was included in the backup job.
Media Size The amount of media that was consumed by the backup job.
Network Size The amount of network space used by the backup job.
Dedup Savings (%) The percentage of data that was saved through deduplication.
Protected Objects The number of protected objects in the backup job.

For Windows and UNIX File System agents, only files are counted as objects. Folders and directories are not counted as objects.

Failed Objects The number of objects that failed to back up during the job.

For Windows and UNIX File System agents, only files are counted as objects. Folders and directories are not counted as objects.

Failed Folders The number of folders that failed to back up during the job.
Client Group The name of the client group where the backup job ran.
Failure Indicates whether the backup job failed.
Throughput (GB/Hour) Indicates the amount of data throughput in gigabytes per hour.